201 Fashion journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the Fashion media list of 201 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Fashion reporters every quarter.
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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Manuela Mesco has been one of Milan correspondents for The Wall Street Journal since 2012. She covers Italy’s corporate world – ranging from fashion and luxury, consumer goods, media and telecoms – as well as lifestyle, political and social issues. A native of southern-Italian city of Naples, Manuela has spent several years working abroad for a number of news outlets before starting her career at the Journal.
Tony Bravo is a Style reporter and a frequent contributor to Datebook. He writes The Chronicle’s relationship column Connectivity and is KFOG Radio’s on-air social media and fashion guru. Bravo is the primary editorial stylist for the section and has been the New York Fashion Week correspondent since 2014
I like body/budget friendly fashion & well-done french fries. I also put my thing down,flip it & reverse it. fashion & lifestyle editor, @HPLifestyle.
Amy Odell is the editor of Cosmopolitan.com. Chief amongst her interests are cats and Beyonce. She is a feminist (thank you for asking) and ex-fashion journalist. She is the author of the hilarious book of essays, Tales from the Back Row: An Outsider’s View From Inside the Fashion Industry.
Jo Ellison is the FT’s fashion editor. She was educated at Edinburgh University where she read history. Prior to joining the FT, in August 2014, she was the features director of British Vogue. Her column appears on the style pages.
I'm the Fashion Reporter at PAPER Magazine, responsible for overseeing and spearheading PAPER’s digital fashion coverage, writing original.
He covers many things from mobile apps with great design to fashion, Apple, AI and complex tech achievements.
Chavie Lieber is a senior reporter at The Goods by Vox, covering consumerism and Big Money. She spent four-and-half years writing about fashion and retail for Racked, receiving awards for her business feature reporting. Chavie is a graduate of the Columbia Journalism School and former religion reporter; she has been published in the New York Times, New York Magazine, the Huffington Post, and Tablet Magazine.
Kelly Bryden, an east coast native, is stoked to be a part of the Brit + Co team. Design, DIY, and fashion are her passions. If she isn't crafting you can catch her on the dance floor or wrapped up in aerial silks.
Noël Duan is a culture/lifestyle writer at Quartzy. Previously, she was on the launch team for the award-winning publication, Miss Vogue Australia, and has written for The Atlantic, The Guardian, The Awl, ELLE, Teen Vogue, Ars Technica, Racked, Fashionista, HuffPost, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Yahoo Beauty, and more. Noël has a bachelor's degree in sociocultural anthropology and art history from Columbia University, studied at Sciences Po Paris, and has a master's degree in women's studies from University of Oxford. She speaks Mandarin Chinese, French, and Spanish, loves running with her dog and horseback riding, and is writing a novel to keep herself humble. Fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg once told Noël that she looked glamorous even though she didn't shave her legs.
As the social media manager, I oversee content across all of Cosmopolitan’s social channels and organize really important initiatives, like a skeleton meme takeover on Cosmo’s Instagram. I love live-tweeting lunar eclipses, planning dream vacations on Instagram, and talking about how good "Stranger Things” is.
Dave Holmes is Esquire.com's L.A.-based writer-at-large. His first book, "Party of One," will be published in 2016.
Writer/editor. Travel/grooming/more. @GQMagazine contributor, among others. I also write @theprospectives http://www.theprospectives.com
Noah Johnson is a writer and editor from Brooklyn, New York. He is currently Senior Editor at GQ Style, and publisher of an annual art magazine known as A Year Magazine. Previously he has held editor positions at Details, Style.com, and Complex. His writing has been published by The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University.
News Editor @CNN I Handle U.S. & Canada News While U Sleep. Entertainment/Fashion Connoisseur. Weather Nerd & Lover of Tennis.
Luxury reporter at Bloomberg News & Bloomberg Businessweek, covering fashion and fancy things. Host of 'Invitation Only.' Curious peasant. @BW @business @luxury.
Fashion editor - and associate features editor - at the London Evening Standard. Scottish. Londoner. No relation.
Menswear fashion editor The Guardian/The Observer
I was once a fashion editor CNN Correspondent
Fashion editor at thetimes
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